Safeguarding and Child Protection
At Braveheart Fencing Club we want children and young people to stay safe and have fun while taking part in fencing. Everyone involved in the sport has a duty to safeguard the welfare of all children in their care. Braveheart Fencing Club has made a commitment to promote safe practice and to protect children from harm, abuse and exploitation regardless of a child’s gender, race, religion, sexuality or disability.
The Child Protection and Wellbeing Officer for Braveheart Fencing Club is Mrs Laura Carrol Höglund Jamieson (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Scottish Fencing Director responsible for Safeguarding, Child Wellbeing and Protection is Ross Morrison (safeguarding@scottish-Fencing.com).
For general help and advice you can contact:
Safeguarding in Sport: www.safeguardinginsport.org.uk
Braveheart Fencing Club models their Child Protection Policy on that of Scottish Fencing's. This can be found on the Scottish Fencing website at the link below: